Posted on January 16, 2013

1.16.13

1.16.13

I had an appointment this afternoon, which I made weeks ago, to speak with a person from Instructional Support Services. The appointment happened to follow Computers and Writing. And man was that weird. I was talking to this gentleman (helpful, kind, knowledgeable) about the possibility of having my students design posters which translated their best … Continue reading

1.15.13 (2)

1.15.13 (2)

Computers and Writing . . . “The Achieved Utopia of the Networked Classroom” (5 stars). “The Politics of the Interface Power and Its Electronic Contact Zones” (4 stars). I think one the the central questions in Faigley is the issue of authority in the networked classroom. The phrase he uses–borrows–is “decentering the subject.” He notes … Continue reading